Integrated Media Management

Integrated Media Management

Integrated Media Management

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Level: Entry/ mid 

Relevant Role:  Media Planner

Introduction

The art of media planning has evolved over the years. From silo or channel planning where media was guided only by the most competitive guided by data, to multi-channel planning where media is viewed as distinct, guided by the Target Audience (TA) lifestyle to integrated where media is viewed as complementary and guided by insights ( data and TA). 

 With a strong focus on current shifts and changes in consumer media behaviour, this course  ensures media planners combine creative thinking with factual analysis to develop appropriate strategies to ensure that campaigns reach their target audiences as effectively as possible

Learning outcomes

On completing the module the student should :

  1. Have a clear understanding of various media terminologies
  2. Deliberate on and challenge media briefs from the agency or client
  3. Develop a deep analysis of consumers  and media consumption behavior 
  4. Align the marketing/ communication objectives with media goals
  5. Develop media strategy, plan and implementation of efficient investment

Topics

  • Introduction to Media, Concepts and Terminology
  • Media Research
  • KARF Data analysis and interpretation
  • Introduction  to Integrated Media Planning  -  The Brief, Consumer Analysis and Insight
  • Connections Planning and  Strategy 
  • Story Telling 
  • Market Prioritization and Media plans 
  • Mastering the Art of Integration (Case studies/Practical)
  • Campaign Evaluation and Data analysis

Who is this For

Anyone playing a role that requires a deeper understanding of consumer behavior in order to make decisions around communication, messaging hooks and connections. Marketing/ brand practitioners, Agency practitioners, business owners.  

Entry Prerequisites

College or university qualification, experience in marketing or brand communications for at least one year. More than 2 years  experience in other disciplines 

Delivery and Assessment 

On-line Classes

Relevant reading  material

Practical case studies

Ongoing assignments per session 

Assignments  – on identified case throughout the Module, and final project 

Contact hours :24 hours 

Group Work : 10 hours

Assignment : 3 hours (Presentation)     

Study hours : 30 hours

Teaching Pattern :Lectures + videos + case studies + group work presentation

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